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Radeon RX 480 Dual OC 4GB(£159.49/~$257.45AU)/8GB(£191.99/~$310.16AU) Delivered + DOOM Free @ Overclockers

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Saw this on HUKD. Looks like a good deal and you get DOOM for free. Unfortunately no free shipping for international customers. Note pretty sure ASUS don't have international warranty unlike EVGA. Overclockers UK do have a returns policy. Please read it if you have any concerns. For the game itself I believe its just a game code - source.

Thanks to bao28 - 8gb RX480 £191.99/~$310.16AU

Here's the spiel:
ASUS Dual series of RX 480 comes equipped with Patented Wing-Blade Fans for max air flow with 105% more air pressure. While exclusive Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II components for superior stability. GPU Tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster that provides intuitive performance tweaking and instant gameplay streaming. ASUS Dual series of RX 480 is perfectly matched with your ASUS X99-A II motherboard!

ASUS Dual series of RX 480 graphics card and X99-A II motherboards share perfectly matching color themes and are ready for Windows 10. Dual series of RX 480 is equipped with DirectX 12 to squeeze more graphics performance from the CPU and prevent GPU bottlenecks.

ASUS Dual series of RX 480 comes equipped with Patented Wing-Blade Fans for max air flow with 105% more air pressure. While exclusive Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II components for superior stability. GPU Tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster that provides intuitive performance tweaking and instant gameplay streaming. ASUS Dual series of RX 480 is perfectly matched with your ASUS X99-A II motherboard!

ASUS graphics cards are produced using Auto-Extreme technology, an industry-first 100% automated production process, and feature premium Super Alloy Power II components that enhance efficiency, reduce power loss, decrease component buzzing under load, and lower thermal temperatures for unsurpassed quality and reliability.

ASUS Dual series of RX 480 graphics cards have two HDMI ports for connecting a VR device and display at the same time, so you can enjoy immersive virtual reality experiences anytime without having to swap cables.

Features:
- 1320 MHz Boost Clock in OC mode for outstanding performance and gaming experience.
- Patented Wing-Blade Fans for max air flow with 105% more air pressure.
- Perfectly matched with ASUS X99-A II Overview motherboards for optimised style and performance.
Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II delivers premium quality and best reliability.
- VR-friendly HDMI Ports for immersive virtual reality experiences.
- GPU Tweak II with Xsplit Gamecaster provides intuitive performance tweaking and instant gameplay streaming.

Specification:
- GPU: Polaris
- Stream Processors: 2304
- Core Speed: 1300MHz
- Boost Speed: 1320MHz
- Memory Speed: 7000Mhz
- Memory interface: 256-Bit
- Memory capacity: 4096MB GDDR5
- PCI-Express X16 lane required
- 350W or greater PSU required
- 175W TDP
- Power Connectors: 1x 8-pin required
- Display Outputs: 1x DVI, 2x HDMI, 2x DisplayPort
- Warranty: 3yr

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closed Comments

  • RX serie but GX so thinking anyway..

  • 8GB for $310

  • i'm almost considering selling my 1060 for one of these. just want freesync! gsync monitors so damn expensive

    • Such upgrade doesn't make any sense since the 1060 is close to the RX480 unless you want to give your money away for nothing.

      • if it saves me ~200 on a new monitor, the slight loss in selling the 1060 may be worth it

        • Damn Nvidia and market monopoly!
          I didn't know about this thing also monitors manufacturers don't say anything about as well as GPUs manufacturers too.
          So I guess my Dell SP2309W monitor should be freesync compatible since it was sold years ago, but again there is no mention in the manual!
          I was looking to upgrade to the Nvidia 1070 since I read too many complaints regarding RX480's heat problems.
          What is the major display performance problem for your 1060-freesync combo?

          Edit: someone just negged your comment only because you expressed your views.
          I really hate these uneducated internet trolls!

          Edit 2: uneducated troll who is giving plus to my comment only because it favors the product object of this (maybe) sale, please keep your vote for yourself!

        • @dealhunt: Freesync is a AMD certified adaptive sync VESA standard basically it syncs your monitors refresh rate to your gpus FPS as best as it can so you dont get onscreen tearing etc. g-sync is a hardware based solution to this that is also exclusive to nvidia gpus and also add about $100-200 to a monitor. both are newish technology and are generally only found on more expensive panels so it's likely if your monitor doesn't state it supports it then it doesn't, not that it's essential to have either way but it's something that enhances the gaming experience.

        • @Godotd: That's a very clear technical explanation, thank you.
          For now I keep my monitor but I still want to upgrade the system with a 1070.
          I can't wait for the latest AMD GPUs since they most probably will need bios updates also prices are still high.

        • @dealhunt: I have the msi reference card for rx480 worse air cooler, but doesn't overheat yet, play forza horizon 3 @ 3240*1200( i know weird resolution) @75fps medium easily and no issue.

          That said, for $300 and aftermarket, this is damn worth it, also free Doom.

    • Have you looked into enabling Fast Sync? It is hidden inside your Nvidia driver settings

      I use fast sync on my Korean 144hz monitor and it eliminates tearing and jitters (but only so long as your framer ates are well above 60 fps. Not hard for the 1060 to achieve though)

      Google it for instructions

  • I currently have a sapphire rx 480 (8gb). Will i be able to run this in cross fire? (4gb)
    Edit: did a bit of reading and seems like the system will use up to the lowest card's vram

  • Im planning to build a amd ryzen bang for buck build, im really considering a rx 480 for the build, how much will be the shipping cost for this item?

  • Really interested in this card. If anyone can help/suggest me.

    I work with Davinvi resolve for 4K video editing. Will this be a good card for editing ?

    Thanks in advance

  • Adds £34.50 to the price when I select Australia for shipping. Am I missing something?